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NORTH PACIFIC WHALEMEN'S LIST.
Fall Season, 1860.
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Tnwb 5im.: Captaia. y jj
Abraea tWacr ma 1VJ7 X B
Adetiar Hit . WKhmfluO lH7 F II
jro IV A
A bat. bk
JSiT M B
Hi I II
m; r ii
H II o
ISil X B
lut OuuoU .Clark
jrajnia E k ruk
.... 13 ,
V0 1JMJ .
10i iiio .
.... loJ .
147 X B
lja X B
1M X B
146 X B
CfcmndSr- Price Hnamnb
C. W. Mjrraa HamiRoo
Casnnc, kk 'maxsi
Cossa (Ufcl ) V Otorus
Corlatbiaa - Lewis
Cornrrea Id Stranburf
Kenworthy 1UT X L
. Cole lv7 War'n
li7 X B
147 X B
157 F H
1 -47 X B
Km pl rates
favorite, bark Smith
florid . Eiab
Oca Seott floating
Gen. William flan
Oca. Pike fisher
Oenrg k Scaaa Jooes
eaorr 4X Mary Eidridr
Oco. Uowlaod Pameroy
O. Waaaiogwo Brlrhtina
Ginu . Lobeers
Old. Howland W iliiams
Oiperr, bark i Manter
Goad Before . Pian
,147 X B
:ls f II
1954 P II
15 X L
147 M rbia
'157 X B
1857 X B
H57 KutD j
ISO 10 .
140 350 .
10 1 .
Harmony . Kelly
Himtt, bk Charry
157 P II
1100 14UU .
1 105U .
100 2100 .
Hcav Kaeeiaod KeUy
lirrculra, brk JAthcars
laiac Tlowlaod Ion
11949 X B
'149 X B
I Maury Win 159 X B
Smith iwi 31 a
150 700 !
Jaaoo (Pr) Ilacba 157 Havre
Jeaooetta .WiuloW 158 X B
JrficTBon .Hantiog 167 8 II
Jireh Bwlfl. bk Earl 147 X B
Jctut IIowUl . Wbelden 15 X
J oka Wed la , Woodbridre 1 57 X
JoarphiiM Chaiaua 15 X
.... MS ,
450 l iS .
80 450 .
150 .'MX) .
100 10U ,
40 1300 .
60i COO .
100 IOuO ,
35 WjO .
30i 4iJ0 ,
200 ?50 .
i 450 .
40 2550 ,
110 J .
l 'JO 450 .
.... 10 ,
220 2I JO .
80 750 .
t. U. TTvoaopaon Watvnaui
J. P. Weabk)Tmker
Jerurgaa 3d 157 X
1 C lliehavrt Batbaway
Mamoll . Pterc
Martha bk -Manchester
Martha lat (bk) Cornea
Martha At Daly
Maria. Thereaa Coop
Maaaaaott . PerciTal
Metaeom ' Hiaia
M Qotexsjna liarnaa
Mnrimonth . jOrmsby
Wavy . "arren
15 X B
147 C B
Itew England Ifenpatead
1147 X B
'1457 P II
157 P II
148 X B
159 X B
157 X B
Oliver Crocker Cchraa
157 X L
11 X B
Ptaurt (CM. leu.) baUnsaa
Rapid . Prew
RepaUie . "ayer
Rebecca Pimm Have
Rube. Morriaaa TIUoo
157 P H
1157 X B
1S7 X B
Robe Cla-arda Wood
gcOeorg J C Pcaaa
enlh Boston Randolph
Spartan () .Bunker
apeedwell . Gihba
Superior, bk C) Wood
8. ConatantiD ilinUhoha
,157 X B
15I P II
;i58 P M
147 P II
1X57 X B
25o 1700 1
; Wins low
158 X L
159 X B
157 X B
loo 1100 1 .
.... 2-o .
120 ".700 ',
Provisions ex " Raduga V9
O. BREWER & CO.
' OFFER FOR SILK THK F0 LLOWIXO
SELECT Kt EXPRK59LY FOR THIS MARKET :
BARRELS KITRA PRIME PORK.
BARRELS Mfcisii IHJKK,
BARRELS EXTRA MESS BEEF,
CASKS SUPERIOR FLOUR,
CASKS NEW BEDFORD BREAD.
CASKS BOSTON NAVY BREAD.
136-tf CASKS BOSTON PILOT BREAD.
Old Yellow Metal.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST M IR
ket rates, by C. BKKWfcR Ac CO,
197-tt Market W harf.
PIANOFORTE FOR SALE !
1 FAXCl CASE. 7 OCTAVKK
PIANO, maoufavrared by UalL-t it Cumston
Fur an by
Jll-l C. BREWER A CO.
COOPERS PCXCHINC MACHINES.
COOPERS PCXCIIIXG MACHINES.
CeeoerV Trose Hoove. For sale by
C. EREWER A Co..
197t larket Wharf.
OX YOKES. IRON PLOW S, WHIFFLE
trees aad Chain. Par sale by
2ll-ll C. BREWER A CO.
CHAMPAGNE CIDER I
A FEW CASES OP A GOOD ARTICLE
t. Jest rsceivsd per "SyTaci." For sale by
C. BREWER a CO.,
136-tf 3Iarket Wharf.
VE EXTRA LIGHT FANCY SULKIES
(or saa by C. BREWER A CO.,
197-tf . . Market Wharf.
E. BOSTON No. 1
naif bhav East Bostoa Granulated Sagar.
' Boxes Loaf Rujar. For sale by
- - - . C. BREWER A CO.,
197-tf Market Wharf.
A iK PLANK. Jke.
; ;-; 7 t Hart Piaw Flank,
r:!?U k. , BprBce Deck Plank,
i " ' w 1 Hard Prne Rails. -
w i For sale be ' C- BREWER A. '0.,
p ; b
.... 000 i4X Arr at LaLaina Au 3U ; sl'd &eA 4. cro: anj Uue
...! XXi ufAi Arr at llunutoia Oct M
... .... ..... rokrn in iepcrmr-r, 4 sjLalrs
.ki pt L i vbtln
... Am S 5x0 Arr at Iioululu Ort 30
: .Hoten rrpt I, 4 whais
.... 4u0 Cuuu Arr at II -o.lulu Oct Zti
..... Ipoken in i-HLl-rr n Arctic, C aalra
............ Sept 10, 4 ahairs
. ..... Cpuarn Sept 14, 3uu brl
spoken t'pt I. StMi lirls
j 10 XMiu Arr at Il-ioln Oct IS
"H-ken Brpt 19. 500 -U
ju Arr at li.iwula Oct 11
..... (ri'Aco In Au:w, boo brl
Tik0 Arr Lah. Oct 14 ; sl'J (u lluD. 2VJi, rur Offhiire Or' J
25vUI Arr at iiitululu Oct 17
A Arr at lt.aica Oct 1 J ; sl'd ha liun. Oct S4 fur X Z
..... j.-'p'ken Sept 1, 4 wl.aies
'.piien in Aumut, 4ju brla
Arr at Laiuna Oct 19
. .-r.krti srpt 14, 5 whikJea
4j)ju: Arr at Honolulu Oct 14
Hajv, Arr at Lahaina Ort 13 ; sl'd ftn Hou. Oct 24 fur X Z
i Ppbkrn Srpt &, 600 I ris
40uO Arr at Ilonululu Oct -J
j?p.kn Srpt 14, 450 brU
U0 iuA ! Arr at lluuolu.u UU 14
1 Arr at Honolulu Oct 30
... .... ..... .p'.krn in s- pu-tDler, 60 brls p
..fp'krn on Arctic in An;, 1150 btts.UIU 9. Praooaco
... ......... I pfken in A uru.t, 4uti brls
440 7uuu Arr at Lahaina Oct 15 ; si' J fm lion. 260) tut home
, Spoken in September. 1000 brla
...j 14a 3ou0 Arr at ii'ioJulu Oct J&
64( 200 lvX Arr at li-joulula Oct IS ; sail Nor 1 to croise t bcanc
..J 200 2000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 29
... spoken arpt 1. clean
spoken nept 10. at Ayao, 4u0 brl
... 700 IHMjO Arr at llonnlula Ort 18
. . .' IOuO 140U0 Arr at Honoluio Oct 20
.... Spoken Auk 4 whales
.-pokrn Oct 14. 1100 brl
spoken July 24 on Koduck, 1 right wbal
10O fcx0 fcuuo Arr at Uunolola Uct 14
Wrecked in the ice in the OchoUk
,?pokcn sept 10.650 brl
...J 430 00J Arr at Honolulu Oct 14
.... 1000 ltuOO.Arr at Honolulu Ort 1ft
Spoken sept 10, 140 p, 400 b
Itpoker. Se4 15. 300 brt
....! 40 4001 Arr Lahaina Oct 13 ; sl'd Oct 24 for California coast
'Spoken Sj.t 10, 350 brls
' spoken Sept 15, 450 brl
. 50o 6'JUO. Arr at Honolulu Oct 13
.'prken ?ept 10, 2 whale
30u 2X) Arr at Honolulu Oi t 14
.... ..... spoken Sept 5, 5 whal-s
' Spolien sVtit 14. 350 brls
Arr at Lahaina Oct 15 , n il Oct 25 lor Cal coast
Are at Lahmina Oct 14
Irr HoffwJiiIn Art 90
A rr Lahaiua Uct IS : sl'd fm Hon. 29th, crulje & home
jspoken Sept 10, 9u0 brl
ZOO 1500 Arr at Laliaina Oct 23
Spoken sVf't 10, 3 whales, bound to San Francisco
Arr at Lahaina Oct 1
.... .spoken in June on Arctic, 1 whale
spoken sept 1, 250 brl
Arr at Honolulu O-t 30
spAen spt 10. 400 brls
Arr at Honolulu sV-pt 12 ; (I'd 24th to cruise and horn
Arr at Honolulu Ort 13 -, sl'd 2tb to cruise if home
tfpoken Id Aurut on Arctic, 6 whales
150 20001 Arr at Honolulu Ort 15 ; sl'd the 2ath, cruise a home
ispoaen sept iu. aoo brls
3oO 3OO0iArr at Iloo.Sept 1; sailed Oct 3, tocr'seoo XZJt home
..i....! spoken SVj4 8. 1 whale
... 250 2500 Act at Honolulu Oct 20
a'poken si4 14, 300 brls
600 10000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 31
Arr at Lahaina Ort 20
Reported Sept 23. 1O0 brls
Arr at Ilonululu Oct 16
spoken Sept 17, 4o brla
Arr at Honolulu Oct 13
I Spoken in September, 1000 brl
Arr at Honolulu Ort 14 i sl'd Oct 26 to crmse t home
Spoken spt 12. 300 bris
Arr at Honololu ct
200 isool Arr at Honolulu Oct 24
450 80001 Arr at Honolulu Oct 19
....I Last reported In May at Bay of Islands, X Z
spoken July 3. 1 whale (140 brls)
Spoken Sept 10, 550 Lrls
Arr at Lahaina Oct 16
Arr at HiloOct20
. . . clean
4. .k b.. . 1 1 K.I.
"I'800 iiujo'Arr at Honolulu Oct 27
'Spoken sept 16, 100 brls
...;....! Spoken Slept 1, WJ0 brls
. Spoken Sept 16, 250 brls
ISO 224 4000' Arr at Honololu Ort 22. and saileil same day for X Z
Keported on Uchotsk, st 6, clean
Spoken in Aogust oo Arctic, 1 whale
400 7000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 14
130 90 Arr at Honolulu Oct 14
.... 1060 14200 Arr at Honolulu Oct 17
700 5oO Arr at Lahaina Ort 8
Spoken Sept 20, 520 brls
....I 700 14000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 4 ; sl'd the 30th. croise ft home
....I. ........ ISpoken in Anrmt, 1 whale
....I. ...I..... Spoken in Aurut, 3 hales, and boiling
.... 1400 liniOO Arr at Honolulu Oct 13
,...t.... ISpoken e 13, 1 whale
60 600; 7000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 22
.... ....j jSpoken in Septembrr, 750 brls
.... 1000 14000' Arr lahaina Oct 15 ; Honolulu Oct 26, shipping oil
.... 3oO, 3O00 Arr at LahainaOct 16
'Spoken sej.t 1. 1 whale
...J....' ! Arr at Honolulu Uct 30
....j 135, 1600 Arr at Lahaina Ort 15
....'....I iSpoken Sept 4,300 brls
' 350: 3500
Arr at Honolulu Oct 15
Arr at Honolulu Ort 1 1
Arr at Honolulu Oct 21
Arr at Honolulu Oct 20
Arr at Lahaina Oct 25 s Honolulu Oct 27
Spoken in Aturust, 3 whales
Spoken in September, 3 whales
spoken in August, 1 whale
Arr at Honolulu Ort 13
Arr at Labaina Ort 15 ; Honolulu Oct 20
Spoken e 1. 4u0 brls
... 600 louoo Arr at Lahaina Oct 14 , Honolulu Oct 20
... .......... iSupposrd to be enn whaling
...I....! ! Spoken Sept 10, 700 brls
120 100 Arr at Lahaina Ort 5 : sl'd to TJonTa Oct 25, for X Z
50 80J0: Arr at Honolulu Oct 19
700 7ou0 Arr at Lahaina Oct 20
Spoken 8ept 17. 250 brls
Spoken Sert 1. f whales
430 14O00 Arr at Honolulu Oct 20
... ..... Spoken on Arctic in August, 10 whales
1 'noken Set.1 10. 4 whales
... 65011000, Arr at Honolulu Oct 20
...i 700 12000; Arrived at Honolulu Oct 4 ; l'd Oct 23, for N Z k home
400, 4000 i Arr at Honolulu Oct 20
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF RICH
A. AND KL&JANT
II AIR SiiVAS covereil black walnut,
HAIR LOUNGES medallion,
HAIR KOCKERS walnut,
EXAMF.LKD CLOTH LOVNGES,
LAMES' EASY CHAIRS,
CARVED XTKSE CHAIRS.
CARVED ARM ROCKING CHAIRS,
HIGH POST BEDSTEADS.
40 dos. common chairs, 30 dox. wood oBce chairs,
10 " bar-room 44 -Jo " oak arm '
Cane maple rocking chairs. Oak rocking chairs.
Children's " " Cane-seat stools.
Imitation Oak Chamber Sets,
Jut received per Kndwga, and for sale by
2-i6-lq C. LKEWEK. A CO.
Jut received per 44 Sjren !
.Double and sinij
. Ijirire sixe.
. Run Toe's patent.
........fainted and Tarnished.
...... ...I saal style.
N EsTS TL BS,
For sale hr
C. BREWER k CO.,
Viarket W harf.
SUGAlt AND lOLASSES,
Wow Crop lOCO,
VOWCOMIXC IN FROM THERREWER
Plantation, Makawan, East iaui, anil for sale by
214 9 C. BREW ER 4 CO.
DOUBLE AND SINGLE REED. MAXU
fncture.1 by S. l. H. W. Smith. For sale by
211-lq C. BREWER A CO.
CEDAR AND OAK IIOATS OF VARIOUS
sixes, exprely selected fr the coasting trade. Jut rs
ceired per s y ren" lor sale by
C. BREWER A CO.,
196-tf Market Wharf.
4 "T CASES (in 4and 10 ralloa cans)of bmt qualitr Tar
asi f nish for furniture, carriages, &c Just receired p
STTen." and for sale by
197-tf C. A. H. F. POOR.
IRON SPIKES. WIRE. Ac.
CAST IRON SPIKES. ASSORTED SIZES,
Bundle iron wire, do Norway shapes. Jutt receired per
STTen" for sale by C. BREWER - CO.,
196-tf Market Wharf.
1AAA BAKKKLS OII SIIOOKS for sale by
UKKWKU A CO.,
l4l-tf MrkM Whsrf.
As much of tlie litigation of t!ie present day
is neccsttirilv left to eft-rH, we give the follow
inp; anlot, c,nneot?l with a funny case many
ycsirs eiiice, us illuetriting the s.ttis taction with
which the d'-tisioDS in such cue.s are often re-ceiv-d
The cat; took lace in the town of C'lutrlo
mont, iu t!,is State ; utid as all the rrtirs are
lon bii.ee dead, we shall give the nuiu-s in full.
One Mr. lilies, a man ol strung natural sense,
and t-nduweJ with more than a coinuuuit share
of wit and sarcasm, was frequently Itefore the
court in matters of civil suit. The jatienee of
the courts having become eshau.ted, they turned
lilies ca over to ref.-rees.
On tLe occaeiun to which we refer, the referevs.
were Deacon White, Squire Taylor and C'att.
Rudd, three of the mot-t Ttminent men in the
town. The case was a iri Kxin one, and oc
cupied a considerable time, reultiri at lart in
a decision adverse' to Giles:. When this decision
was reached, and it lx.-came neccssur' to call in
the T artier, pood Deacon White aroee and Kaid.
" My friends, we are all aware of the impet
uous character 01 brother (ules, aLd we must
expect to hear much strong denunciation and
personal aLue ; let us be contented with having
done our duty, and receive his abuse in a chris
Ihe d'jor wai then opened, ana hrother Ones
was called for with the other parties. Deactn
hue announced the decision thus :
" Brother Giles, we have sat long and patiently
on this case : we have endeavored to do our duty ;
and we have viewed the whole matter (we trust
prayerfully) and regret that our sense of justice
and right compels us to decide against you.
Ihen lollowed the delivering ot the papers;
the bill of coftts, Ac, and the referees reclined
back in their chairs to await the expected storm.
Giles who, when occasion suited, could be the
most polite of gentlemen, stepped (jack with
quiet dignity and ease, lifted his hat and bowed
very graciously in acknowledgement of the ardu
ous services of the referees, and retired towards
the door, they meanwhile, feeling an intense
inward satir-f'aetion that the storm had blown
over. Uut, alas ! it was a calm iiefore a temrest,
aral the returning form of old Giles re-apjeared
through the half-closed door. 1 lacing his hat
upon the table, he thus addressed the referees :
Oeiitlemen, 1 have one duty to pertomi, un
leasant, but one which, as a philanthropist, I
" liciitleuien, you su tiered thus lar through hie,
by not having any one to tell you your real char
acters. I will do it, that you may hereafter
benefit by it.
" iirst Deacon lute, you are a representa
tive of that clas of which the world is full, and
which the world despise you area h upocrite. You
will kneel beside your brother in prayer, and in
he act, rob him ol his wallet ; you 1 despise.
" lou, Njuire lavlor, belong to another claw,
not so numerous, ion are aprojisscd scoundrel,
you cheat a man and then laugh at him. I ad
mire you, for I always know where to find you
you are open and bold in iniquity.
14 And, as lor (iiointing his hngor and with
a look of ineuable scorn) Capt Rudd, you are
an old fool to be nosed about ly two such jre
cious scoundrels as Deacon W. and Squire 1'."
Qurru Victoria uud tbe Roynl Family.
Kev. II. lJailies, who is writing a series of let
ters from England to the Ziori's Jhrald, draws
the following picture of Queen Victoria and the
loyal r ainily. It diners from that generally pre
sented of her Majsty. The picture was taken at
Ascot races. 1 1 is well the artist delayed drawing
it until after he was off British soil. He says:
" Having been disapointed by a slow train in
reaching the place in season to see the (jueen and
her husUind and children enter. I determined to
get as near her Majesty as possible, and succeeded
in getting into a small enclosure just in front of
her stand, which enclosure, I have reason to think
from a notice, was designed only for 'members of
the Jockey Club.' It was a very good place,
however, and for an hour or two 1 had the most
favorable opportnnity of looking at and quizzing
the Queen, l'rince Albert, I'riuce of Wales,
Princess Alice, Helen and Iconise, together with
her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Cambridge,
the Count of Flanders, l'rince luis of Hesse, in
all , eleven carriage loads of royality and nobility .
Prince Alliert is a good, wide awake, sensible
looking man, familiar and easy, and fit for a
husband to a queen, which he is, and only is.
The Prince of Wales is about eighteen, of light
complexion and rather spure : looks like a lair
senior in college, and will graduate at Oxford
some time in June. The Princesses resemble
strongly the Prince of Wales, and are not csj.e
cially noticeable for lieauty ; indeed, I should not
have looked at them a single minute were they
not daughters of the throne. As to the other
jiersjnages, I saw nothing that would attract at
tention. There were a thousand on the field
better looking, and to all appearances equally
sensible I suppose it does not require much
sense to patronize horse-racing, does it? Well,
what of the Queen ? I am not in England, and
so I may speak. Understand, I was within from
twenty to sixty feet of her more than an hour,
looking ac her with my own natural eyes, and
with the same eyes assisted by j.owertul race
glases. which 1 borrowed. Iet me say, then,
as I think.
Before I express my thinkings, however, let
me remind you that very recently the Queen re
fused to sit for a likeness to an American artist,
liecause she said her time is fully employed.
This is not the reason, as you will guess. Queen
Victoria is doubtless a mother of several children,
and is said to be an excellent wife, mother and
woman, which is likewise doubtless ; but she is
not handsome, as some ot her portraits represent
her ; she is not good looking even, according to
my taste. That kissable little mouth you have
seen in her portraits was borrowed, for it is not in
her face. Her mouth is rather drawn at the corn
ers, and arched in the centre. Her complexion is
that I have named for her children ; but her skin
looks blotched and unhealthy. I esjiecially
watched her manners in her conversation and her
movements among the family and visiting royal
ity, and I must say she was entirely wanting in
what is termed grace, and was certainly very far
from appearing queenly, according to the conven
tional unsining of that word. W hen she liowed in
response to the hearty cheers of her loyal sub
jects, there was a look of the disdainful attached
to a stiff and cheerless motion of the head. I
was for a moment within ten feet of her, and
noticed the same expression.
" J?ieaking with a gentleman in Paris about
her the other day, he remarket!, O.she does
very well for a Queen to fill the throne ; she
makes a g'l mother and wife, that is about
all." More than once I heard this sentiment
expressed. The portraits you see are the por
traits of the Conventional Queen, and not the
real." Philadelphia Sunday Mercury.
Character is l'wer.
Benjamin Franklin attributed his success as a
public man, not to his talents or his powers of
speaking for these were but moderate but to
his known integrity of character. Hence it
was," he says, that I had so much weight with
my fellow-citizens. I was but a had speaker,
never ehvjuent, subject to much hesitation in my
choice of words, hardly correct in my language,
and yet I generally carried my joint." Charac
ter creates confidence in men in high stations, as
well as in humble life. It was said of the first
Emperor Alexander of Kussia, that his personal
character was equivalent to a constitution. Dur
ing the wars of the Fronde, Montaigne was the
only man among the French gentry who kept his
castle gate unliarred ; and it was said of him that
his jersonal character was worth more to him
than a regiment of horse. That character is
Eower, is true in a much higher sense than that
nowledge is power. Mind without heart, intelli
gence without conduct, cleverne.j without good
ness, are powers in their way, but they may le
jmwers only for mischief. We may le instruct
ed or amused by them ; but it is sometimes as
difficult to admire them as it would le to admire
the dexterity of a pickpocket, or the horseman
ship of a highwayman. Truthfulness, integrity,
and xdne.ss qualities that hang out on any
man's breath form the essence of manly charac
ter, or, as one of our writers has it, that inbred
loyalty unto virtue that can serve her without
liverv"" When Stephen of Colonna fell into the
the fiands of his base assailants, and they asked
him in derision. " Where is your fortress?'
"Here!" was his bold reply, placing his hand
upon his heart. It is in misfortune that the
character of the upright man shines forth with
the greatest lustre and when all else fails, he takes
a srnnd upon his integrity and hi oniras1.
OF YH lLESHirs OTHER VESSELS
WOOD OF Sl'PERIOR Qt"A LITV CAN
V T tie had a: KoLoA, J lr curd ; r rvsli B-ef at 4c
per tti ; S.Vep. at S3 per hea,i. an l Goa: at 1 50 a bead.
Also, FruiU and N trt Uil ici of van.-u kin.U can be (.rocured at
the aboee named r.rt-
XT Wood always on hand at the N-ach in quantities to suit
purchasers. (64-tT) UKOKGE CHARM AN.
TO CAPTAINS OF WHALE-SHIPS.
-V- CAPTAINS OF V II ALES II I PS AS D
-."g tfra others are iiotified that srenh iroTis'.in., such as
Can aiwxy be procured at short notice, aud very favorable
A Permit to trade at this Port may be had from the Collector
General or the Collector i4 Kuloa.
W aircea, Kauai, September, 100. 4-6m-350
PEARL RIVER SALT.
TE HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
T Salt fnm the Pearl River salt Work, both coarse and
fine. Quantity's to suit, at the lowest market rate. Also, Ka
waihae Potatoes, in quantities to suit, and delivered at shortest
notice. WILCOX, 1UC11AKDS 4- CO..
-17-3m Queen street.
SALT! SALT! SALT!
MANUFACTURED AT THE
P U IT L, O A S A I. T AV O K K S !
T IHE UNDERSIGNED IS READY TO FUR
nish to Butchers and Packers, in the laryest quantities, a
Terr superior article, tvUAL TO THE BKsT IMPORTED
SALT, and at a price to Defy Csonpi't it ion I For term
apply to DA.MLL MONTGOMERY,
14tMf Pualoa Salt Works.
EX " RADUCA !"
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE,
choice invoice of preserves, consisting in part of
GREEN CORN, FRESH APPLES,
PIE FRUITS AND SAICES.
Assorted Sauces, groaud Cassia,
Black Pepjier, ground Clove, Creain Tarter, Chocolate,
S. C. Soda, Tomato Catsup, Pepper Sauce, Oysters,
S. F. Mustard, Lemon Syrup,
And constantly on hand, a full assortment of
SQUARE, KOl.ND and FLAT IRON'.
AV. A. ALDRICII.
W. A. ALDRICH
OFFERS FOR SALE TO ARRIVE
Cases Fancy Prints,
Palm Icaf Hats,
Bartlett's ii bleached Cottons,
Lancaster check Ginghams,
Bloomer trimmed Hats,
blue Cotton Thread,
women's and men's Hosiery,
" colored, bleached and brown
Linen, and damask Table
Bales brown Cotton,
' Shetucket Stripes,
44 Methuen Ticks, extra,
Men's Calf Boots,
Women's Jenny Lind Boots,
Ladies Kid and Patent Leather
Assorted misses' youth's and child's
Cases superior and fresh chewing toliaceo,
" mirrors, 24x14, 20x12, 14x10, 12x9, 10x8
Casks guarded lanterns, liras. topju-d,
Cases SADDLES and liRIDLES,
CAST STEEL OO'S,
Caek SHEET ZINC, Coses MATCHES,
LONG ROUND COMES,
SOLAR LAMPS, GLOBES and SHADES,
Bundles NORWAY SHAPES, Jx,, xi,
Boxes CONE INK,
Weetern RIM LOCKS,
Hard framed scliool SLATES, 10x14, 8x12,
Cotton and worsted SADDLE GIRTHS,
Japanned ROLLER BUCKLES,
KNIVES and FORKS,
Enameled SAUCEPANS, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7 and 8 qtn,
TEA SPK)N?, NURSE LAMP?, GUN FLINTS,
SHOE THREAD, SHOE BRUSHES,
JEWS HARPS, Tinned SPURS. c, &c.
Os HA ND !
A full assortment of the staple article f.r the naiive tratle.
TT Island orders promptly attemled to and carefully packed
Paints, Oils, &c.
CASES BOILED OIL..
Cvt spirits turj-"ntine.
Kefs white lead,
Cases bl:wls pain!.
Cases imperial preen.
Cases chrToe yt-lli.w,
Ca.-es Celestial blue.
Ca.es cojial varnish.
Cases brieht varnish,
Kecs French xinc,
hs French yellow,
Kecs red lead,
Keir Venetian red.
Cases bnnd.es. Just re
ceive.1 per " Syren ' f.-.r sale hy C. BREWER i CO.,
l3-:f Market Wharf
Butter ! Hull
THE UNDERSIGNED II ERG.
with ini, nn their customers, and the public in
general, that, havir.2 succeedet in rr.akingar.
rang-mcr.ts r r the resruiar supply r.r iKtMI
IvtALl A HI rTr.rt from .. Ivrull s dairy. aci!wi.icii as the
best butter on the islands, we are mw prepared to furnish con
Untly this article. (Jll-tf) T. MoSSMAN A SON.
Views of Honolulu !
ALL. PERSONS VISITING Oil RESIDING
on these Islands, should not fail to send a set of G. il.
Uur(rm' View of Honolulu to their friends abroad,
as they will convey by far a l-etter id:i of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, etc., of this place, than any aurks or prints evr pub.
lished. To tie had ol E. HI KUtSS,
ll-'f F- rt tiff t .
at i , v xr V . 3 I V XI.
VI7ULD TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF RETURNING THEIR y.
MENTs to their P-uroc, and Kneads for the Laaca Sha.i of patronage which they hare s,- lonf enjoyed, and wou
now announce their iulention of finally rleaiag Ibrir luiia Ihie Fall.
THEY STILL HAVE ON HAND A GOOD AS50BTMENT OF
And all Articles u.uallv wauled hy AVlialeship, which
Wiicl to wlxioli tlioy invito nttoiitloii.
N. B.-AU persoc. indebted, and all having account against u, will please have the same presented f.r aettlement.
THE BALANCE OF THE UNEXPIRED LEASE OF THE STORK NO
occupied by G. 4 Co., and which i the be-at
Lnhaina, Maui, September, 100.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
KOLOA PLAATATIOA !
cjxxoi moo :
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
FOR SALE BY
lS9-tf II. HACKFELD if CO.
M IIALE OIL !
rN Ql' ANT1TIES TO SC" IT. For sale by
L 21i-tf H. HACKFELD A CO.-
Of Uawniiaii T3arlt.
JUST ARRIVED FROM
ia,MT3Tjri O ,
AND FOR SALE BV THE UNDERSIGNED
Bales prints, do. muslins. Jo. skirtincs. white and glazed,
Bale white drills, cases Victoria lawns,
Cases mosquito netting, do. moleskin, do. fniighaoin,
Bales damarlc. do. blankets, do. union coatings,
Cases Oniron checks, do. cobures, do. Orleans,
Bales taiestry carpet, cases oil cloth, do. liuea thread.
Cases cainhric handkerchiefs, velvets, black silk.
Black silk and fancy ribbon, barrege robes.
Curtain friuees, perfumery, ivory and buffalo combs,
Paris fans, ladies' necessaires. Paris portemounaiea,
Mirrors, accord eons, concertinas, toys, baad.
Cases paiitalions, coats, bales hickory shirts.
Bales blue serve shirts, bales crey tlauuel shirts.
Cases white calico bosom shirts, cases socks.
Cases straw hats, silk umbrella.
Case butcher knives, cases sailors' pocket knives,
Cases forks and knives, cases needles.
Casks hot, case sheet sine, cases books and thimbles.
Casks iron simmed saucepans, bits, tailor' thimbles.
Cases window plass, do. tumblers, do. castors.
Case wine and sherry glasses, do. cut glass wine bottles.
Coils Russian cordage, bundles flag and lo lines.
Coils marline, hawsinir. casks blocks, cases ravensduck,
Bbls. coal and Sweedish tar.
Cases pie fruits, do. pickles, do. mustard.
Cases jams and j 'lli'-s, boxes candles, cases sardines,
Boxes Liverpool yellow s.wp, tubs Swiss cheese.
Casks hams, boxes raisins, jars currents.
Half bbls. crushe.l and loaf suzar, cases asstd. canities,
Tim chocolate, cases prunes, do. sweet oil, corks,
Half bhls. split peas, bbls. green peas, walnuts, almomls.
Spirits, Wines and Ale.
Cases Holland grin, do. claret, casks claret,
Bbls. ale, Bass and By ass.
Cases imitation hngskiri saddles, do. hogskin all over.
Mahogany chests of drawers, do. bureaus, do. footstools.
Paints and Paint Oil.
Casks white lead. do. Mack paints, do. chrome green,
Casks Paris Rrren, cans boiled linseed oil.
Patent white zinc paint.
Boxes matches, bales printing jwper. cases powder.
Boxes ciirars, bids, cemeut, boards bricks, oak barrels,
Livtrjxx.l salt, bids. pork.
Honolulu, Au?. 13, 1S60. CKl-q) H. HACKFELD A Co.
HONOLULU, OAIIU, II. I.,
OFFERS FOR FOR SALE. AT THE LOW
EST MARKET RATES, the following assortment of mer
White I.itvn Handkerchiefs,
Blue Flannel Suits,
Ladies' Riding Gauntlets,
White WatT Bottles,
Sets Crockery Ware,
O rritc Crocltory xv a,x.cv
Bay State Lanterns. Ih.ics Glass,
Dried Apples, China Rice, Carolina Rice,
COFFEE FROM TITCOMB'S PLANTATION.
Extra I'rliue I'ork.
LOAF SUGAR, CRUSHED SUGAR, NAVV BREAD, HAMS
MAI'S OF THi: UNITED STATES.
Pocket Knives, Jack Knives, bag. Shot, boxes Needles, Silver'd
Bitts, Measiiing Taes,
SOLAR LAMP CHIMNEYS, .',. LAMP WICKS, No. 14 2.
Roll House Paper,
Iron lied.teada. One Cn bin Table1.
Large Compasses, Copper Pumps, Bat Compasses, Door Mats.
FAIRBANKS PLATFORM SCALES,
" COUNTER "
Lewis & Brother's pure YVLite Lead,
Pacific Co. Extra White Letil.
Keg's Lewis & Brother's Phil, pure Zinc Paint,
Cans Lewis & Brother's Phil, pure Zinc Paint.
ANCHORS asD CHAINS.
One sup. Patent Force Pump, I Baltimore Cane-seat Chairs,
Mens' KooU, I Lasting Gaiu-rs.
Brogau., Assorted Shelf Hardware.
Brand' Whaling Guns,
One Brown's Whaling Gun and Iron, one set iron strap j
Cutting Blocks, with chain pendant. Mincing Machines, ltt j
Anchors, Iron Rowlocks, auperior New Beilford Wtialeboats. I
OIL CASKS AND SIIOOKS.
Oak Plank, li, and 1$ inch.
Iarge nxorlm't Manila aud lieuip Cordage, i
Seninir Sturl, i
C.nnsition Shathing Nails,
C,nnMition C-.ppering Trails,
Kfirs Cut Nails.
M ARZETTI's PuRTER. J SALTS BURTON ALE.
Hiiarts and pints. iurts and pints,
FETLEY'S ALE, pints. BALES CURLED HAIR,
Indian Vegetable Bitt.-rs, Kssnce Wormwooi!,
Cherry Cordial, Stoughton's Bifers,
Hot Dr-ps, Essence Peppermint.
White Straw Hats.
Brown Straw Hats.
Drab Straw Hats.
A shall invoice or
S i; V i: R I O R ST E E I. E NG R 1 V I N G S.
20T-'.f cr.. -r.. r
f r i '
location for general business in me ion o. i.i..
Balance of Cargo of Barkentincs
JENNY FORD aud CONSTITUTION,
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES,
consisting of the following assortment of N. W. Lumber:
1 inch tongued and grooved Flooring,
U inch " 44
1 inch Surfaced Boards,
1 inch Rough Boards,
Scantling 2x3, 2x4, 2x5, 2x6, 3x4, 6x0, 6x8, 5x6,
2 inch Plank,
4 inch do.
WhiJ! Pine Boards, 1 inch, H inch. 1 inch, H nch.
224-tf H. HACKFELD A: CO.
GEORGE G. HOWE
TLL CONTINUE TO SUPPLY HIS
Customers with Northwest Luiner at the Mm FRica
as the Ispukmis. His assortment now ou hand consisu of
Northwest iuch Boards,
" tongued and grooved Boards,
Assorted Scantling, 2 and S inch Plank.
Redwood inch Boards, planed and rough,
" tongued and grooved Boards,
" Fence Posts,
Doors, W iuduw Sash, Blinds.
PickeU, 4 and 5 feet,
Nails, Paints, Oils, rc, l?c.
P. S. All orders tilled by him, if not satisfactory, will be
made so. 226-tf
CHEAP FOR CASH !
I WILL SELL NORTH WEST BOARDS
aud SCANTLING for
Cents pei Foot I
In small or large quantities, at the
HEW XjITIYIBUR YARD,
Opposite the Residence of C. R. Bishop, Esq., King street.
TT Office on Fort itlreel. XX
21 6-3 m C. II. T.KWERS.
FOn SALE LOW!
Assortment of Merchandise !
CASES OTIS DENIMS. HALES WESTERN
State brown Sheeting, Sin tucket denims.
Bales Falls Co. strijH-s, Lyman brown drills.
Bales Dwight Co. brown and blue drills.
Cases Merrimac prints, cases pink prints,
Cases Amoskeag and Massachusetts blue sheetings,
Cases Honeycomb and Piquet quilts, cs tickings.
Case mixed shirts and drawers, bales crash,
Cases denim frocks and pants, striped shirts.
Stried scarlet undershirts ami drawers.
Cases blue, red and grey flannel shirts, cs blankets.
Box-s salt water and No. 1 soap.
Cases of pilot bread, loO llvs each, in tins,
Caes water crackers, half brls dried appli-s,
Caes cheese in tins, half brls Goshen butter,
Cases ground peper, hags whole do.
Bags cloves, kegs nutmegs.
Kits tongues and sounds.
Cases curry powder, do olives.
Cases green corn and peas, do herrings,
Cases pie fruits, do table salt,
Cases dairy salt in 2 lb bags,
Barrels rice, cases starch,
Cases corn starch,
Kegs split peas, cs sal ratus.
Half brls sa!mon, bales hop
Crates asstd white ware
Bales gunny bags,
Crat-s boiled linerd oil and
Cases asstd paint.
Pure extra arid No. 1 lead,
.inc white lead.
Charcoal irons, hoes,
A x s, plow s, ox bows,
100 tons Scotch stint steam
and Hawaiian flags.
coals, 50 brls pork.
lide poison, whips.
50 case hoots and shoes, cases umbrellas, bales corks, pieces oil
cloth, boat-sprung davits, spruce 2 inch plank, 200 bun
dies hoop iron. 300 coils cordage, spunyarn, marline,
10 bales pump and ringing leather, heuip twine, cs
rifle owder, codlincs. signal halyards, etc.,
Ami n Inrge aor Intent of
Choice Family GrocPi-ies.
216-lq J. C. SPALDING.
Wool, (Joat Skins. Hides,
31'RCIIASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
J. C. SPALDING.
HEMP CORDAGE. FROM 1 1-2 INCH TO
74 inch, cordage, froru i inch to 0 inch,
Cutting faiis, 61 inch, lanyard stutT.
It. Uil, e, 9 thread to 1H thread, marline.
Seizing, 6 thread to 12 thread, wormline,
Houselinc, spunyarn. oakum, cotton and hemp twine.
For sale bv
216-q II. W. SEVERANCE.
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
THIE I'NDEHSIGNED HAVE Jl ST RE
CEIVED, and will henceforth keep constantly on band
FAMILY FLOUR in quarter sacks.
BAKER'S FIiUR in half sacks,
SUPERFINE FLOUR in quarter sacks.
From the celebrated "Pioneer Mills," at San rrancisco.
Split Pena, boxea of o() 1 b.
TJT As Regular Agents of the ' Pioneer Mill', we sre
..n ..i r.,r..iK ..ti ,ou ..i..-u tn r.,..;'iua it ui.....
the Trade in general, at prices to defy competition.
7-1 in .M EEC HERS i CO
.irsT ki:ci:ivii !
PER "S.VMI KL ROII E RTSOX,"
AN! FOR SALE RY Ii . F. SXOAV,
L 1 Holmes" Anchor. 4.13o ft...
1 Iron Stoek Anehor. 2.344 tts.,
1 li ich Chain Ca e,
1 1 7-14 inch Chain Cahle.
4 Smooth-t,Uom Whale B-uits,
Caks Blacksmiths' Coal. 21S-tf
SUPERIOR CLOTH LINED HUf'IES
oa!, THREE VERY EXTRA FINISH-
J.HSa en. receive.! per t,ri "Washington
for sale by (201-q) J
iiil COILS O AND 12 THREAD
M. r J tula conla-re.
For sale bv
FLOUR . VTV I Z
A. F. SILVAY,
WAILUKU, EAST MAUI,
EfJS LEA V E TO INFORM HIS OLD
t uto,mers and the Public iu ceneral, that he is prepared
ish them with as g.iod an article of
FLOUR AND .MEAL
as is in th market, and at the 4owest market prices of the
N. N. All orders, from any of the islands, will b attended
to with dispatch.
221-ly-2T2 WAILUKU MILL, EAST MAUI.
NEW RAISINS! NEW RAISINS!
JUST RECEIVED Ex " R. W. WOOD."
Boxes and half lxes very sup. M ALAGA RAISINS.
g S A I.E. liV II K
CENT A K H I V A Ls, T II
nrat of uroienei., at tol "'
W fvjlowiiig r!.,iev tt.-.runent
Strawberry jam, Ac., 4c,
Mince di ati.
Tins shut crackers,
T.n su.ar crackers.
lirouiul blaek pepper
Whole do do. '
r nin laruir,
S. C. -.la.
Fr-'h currant, in tins
Tins butter crackers,'
Tins oyster crackers.
Tins m ine crackers
I n-rich capers,
Tins s,.'Hla crackers,
Ecglish pie fruits,
Best t.'.ne tea.
ru?ii,i biki toar sugar, s, ,
N. B- Freali Inland butter ami frtuoUcklit alwsy, oo i,!
(Jrocrries! Family Stores!
B R E W ERA. CO. II A V E COXSTiVTi
on hand, and offer for sale.
Ca5es Roast Tukkev and Chicken,
Cases IJoii.f.d ihi. do.,
Cases Fresu Apples,
Cases C'reex Corn.
Cases Srr and IJvi illir,
Cases Green Peas,
Cases Preserved Mu
And a gnat variety of Preserved Vegetable ao4
"" . 211-lq
THE TK..DE ! !
EST CAST STEEL. (OCTAGON)
tlr..-l ULIM Ml fir.l.u
GALVANIZED IRON BOLTS, asstd. rlsf,
Ex " Raduga," and for sale bv
C. BREWER k CO.
PER "RADI GA" BOSTON BEAt-TV
assorted sizes of this favorite brand, '
ALSO Mb sic Cabin Slovea.
For sale cheap bv
226-lq C. BREWER 4 CO.
;LVAizi: nso i
aTEW ARTICLE Cask Galvanized Spikes, aaud.
sixes. Bars Galvanized Iron, assorted sizes.
Received ex Kaduga," and for sale by
22d-lq C. 11R1H LR 4 CO.
Xew Bedford Whale Boats
SMOOTH BOTTOM whale boats, lapboard do, U
streak do received per Syren, and for sale hy
C. BREWER k CO,
197-tf Market Wharf.
JCST HECE1VEI) per ship 4 Syren." and for salt bv
C. BREWER k CO.,
197-tf -Market Wharf.
fifkl M No. 2 HAVANA SII A PE CICAR3,
ari V w iu jierfect order.
100 Barrels Eel River Salmon, just received, and
For sale by
217-2m C. BREW ER 4- CO.
FRESH C'OODS I
EX "RADUGA" CHEESE, LARD,
Case Green Corn,
Case asstd. FruiU,
For ale by
226-lq C. BREWER k CO.
WHALE LINE, 4:e.
For sale br
C. BUEWER k CO.,
197-tf Market Wharf.
!w-it.i- ffVI.I JbT!
MUS. WIN SLOW,
Ab zpericsol Nurw and Fbm1 rby-ieiiui, prmott to the tM
tloa of iaaOtbr, hr
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which rmtly farilitaus th. praam of U. thing, by softcalaf u rJ
ssdoeiiif all in-TT""' 111 allay ALL PAIN aad spawaaslcartiw,
"""SURE TO REGULATE THE BOVVEL8
Dpd npm it, mothm. It will gin ml to yoaiMlvas, aaj
RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS.
W fas., pat up atul sold this aruel Cor ith Us rws, as4 Call
SAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH of it what w. Hm a Wal
abl. t sst of any oth.r medieiu., NEVER HAS IT F AILED, PI A
SINGLE INSTANCE, TO EFFECT A CURE, whaa Uvl; aw.
'TTr did wt know an fautaar of diM.IUf.nlm by any as was awd
It On th contrary, all ara d.llghtad with iu opaiauoas, aad apk
in uma of eoainModatioa of it. ma4riwl affacta aad awdiaal rlraaa,
Wi tpaak in this matter WHAT WE DO KNOW," aftar am V
rp.rienc, AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOR THE FUU
FILAMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. Ia alawal my -staaes
whara tha UiBuit la suffering from pain and axhaaatloB, KUafwUl
ba tbnad ia Sftaan or twanty miantaa after U s syrup is ailiainlal.ns.
Thai valnabla praparation la tba pnaerlptioa of eaaof las aual EZ
PERIENCEDand SKILLFUL NURSES in Naw Es(land,asdaitaai
nsad with NEVER FAILING SUCCESS ia
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It not only rations tha ehild horn pain, but InTigotalM Ian Iism j
and bow.la, aorraela acidity, and giroa tona aad narrr ta Iks wa
AND WIND COLIC, and or. loom, eonvnlaiona, which, H aat awaariiry
ramadiad, and in daaia. Wa ba'.lar it tha BEST ANDBUaEST BS
Ur.DT rN THE WORLD, In all earn of DYSENTERY AND DU
RHfXAIX CHILDREN, wbath.r it ariM from U.Utinf, ar ham mt
thareaasa. Wa would say to arory naothar mho has a child aiSHaf
from any of tha t agoing complain ta DO NOT LET TOUt FE.
JU DICES, NOR THE PREJUDICES OF OTHERS, stand totoaat
yoa aad yoor nftr!n( child, and tba rali.f that will aa BURS TM
ABSOLUTELY SURE to follow tba on of thia madlcla, H umrtT
oaad. Full diroctioas for nsins; will accompany aach aatUa.
raanJa onlaastha fae-sunila of CURTIS k PERSONS, Naw Tort,
a tha onlaida wrmppar. Sold by Drurrirta throofhoat lh warld.
Principal Office, 13 Cedar Street; V. T
PARK Sc WHITE, bol aot
FOB TBS PAOiVIO OOatT,
132 WaaliLagton Street, San Franciica. Ctl
T I eom pounded entirely from Oams, and
ubm neeonie an esutuusaea lac a nLanaara M on, . w -
and approved br all that
hsvo uaMl it, and la now ra-
nil lbs ilirrtv fur aaichu
aortad 10 with eoiidenoe in
it haa cured tbrmaanils
who ha.l given up all nope.
within tba tost two yr
of relief, as tba uumtroos
unaoucitaa eeruucates in my
Tbe dose must be adapted
lndlvldTi.il taking It, ana us
act reuL v on tbe Dowels.
piwai Salop snow.
i temperament of ta
uca o,uaouue as 10
u uie temp
ed la uca
Let U-e dicutea of your
use of the LIVER IS-
(judgment guide yon In a
will cum Llrer Com
S a m m e r Cam
ry. Dropsy, Soar
cs, and may be used sac
plaints, Bllloo At-
Ic, Cholera, Chols-
ceasfully aa an Ordlna-
ry Family Medl
1IEADACII K- fan
tbousanda can testly.) !
two or three Ta-
twenty ralnntes, irj
apoonf al sltsi tavk
auack. Alt who use Itare
m lis favor.
glwIiiK tietr tettuooy
MIX W4TF.lt T-S THR IKII'TH WITH
THK INVIGORATOR, AJSD 8WAA1OW
Price One Dollar per Bottle.
Pure Vegetable Extracts, and P P""
ULASS CASKS, Air Tight, and will keep
In an v climate.
Tbe Famllv Ci
JJ whica tbe proprieMr "
lia but acuve Catbanicl
ud in hi practice morel
-iiii i.eiiij v.
e.,, iKoa WW
l oe ronatantiv lnTeastnB
are long uaed the PILLS
all expreee In rertl to tbelr
tQ.rn wttbiQ tbe reach of all.
The Profession well know
on different r-,rtions of the
Tbe FAMILY CA
Y aa. with due reference to
been compounded from a
table Kzu-aeta, which act
alimentary canal, and are
ea where a Cathartic hi
rangements of the
iea.. Pains In the
the whole body,
frequently, if uetteeasd!
ver. Lioas ot Appe
satlon of Cold over
ate. Headache, or
Children or Adnlts,
fnrl iier of the Hlood
eeah ia belr. too numerous
aw j - ,ko
sj and tbe aatisiaetwa wwa
"w use. ha Induced Bjelopawe
r . that different CaAarttci
I"! bmeel. .
ithi wed established ft
O I variety of the po,J
- aUkeon every jxfl of
M kwmI and aafe in afl
Cs needed, och aa i"
Back andf al""J
and Soreness ojrtr
from udJen eoaL w""
end in a Img wane crr
the body. It"'1'"
H "weight In the head.
J It hen mat !' Li
7J and many dl!aaewMo
W to menuon in this advenaw
, PRICK THREE DIMES. r.
The Llvrr InrlRorator and KatnllT 1a
t hurtle Pills are retailed by Drusrista (rerieral.y, "
sold wholesale by the Trade In all the large towns.
8. T. W. 8AWFORD, W. I., .
Manufaeturer son Propneior, .
Broadway, New YorTka
8oIJ by the DratrriatseTervwbere, end by
PARK & tVIIITE.Bo'e As
r the Pacific Coast, 132 WaaMngton Street "